Big Wreck is a cross between the high-yielding indica Big Bud and the intense sativa Trainwreck. But despite its intimidating title, this bud gives the user a pleasant and easy-going high. Big Wreck’s THC content is between 17% and 20% with a highest testing of nearly 27%.
The Big Wreck plant has dark green medium-sized leaves and large and dense buds that are light green in color. The buds are covered in orange hair and are thickly coated with crystals. These resin glands make the flowers appear almost white from a distance and gives them a very sticky texture. The flowers are powerfully skunky and earthy, while breaking these dense nuggets open gives off a peppery hint of spice. The smooth smoke from Big Wreck is relatively kind to the lungs with a slightly unpleasant sourness on the exhale. If discretion is important to you, then tread carefully with this bud, as the smoke can be very pungent.
The strain offers a pleasant and mild buzz of about 1.5 to 2 hours. Big Wreck’s high mounts slowly, starting in the head. A feeling of increased well-being is a common side-effect, and users might find themselves in the mood to socialize with friends and share their elation and euphoria with those around. It is an effective daytime remedy for anxiety, headaches, insomnia, stress, nausea and mild muscle and joint pains.
Big Wreck can be grown indoors or out, although successful outdoor cultivation requires a warm, semi-humid climate with consistent direct daylight. This plant has a flowering period of 7 to 8 weeks and produces a decent yield.
If you are looking for cerebral stimulation and a social engagement with the outside world alongside a deep alleviation of both mind and body, then Big Wreck is definitely for you.